So much has been written about Apple's upcoming devices, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, with the release date drawing close. Several details of the devices, including features, have been leaked over the last few weeks. A new report claims that iPhone 6s will come with a camera capable of taking high quality pictures.
The Cupertino-based giant has asked its suppliers to make five-element lenses that can work with 12 MP sensors for iPhone 6S and they are in mass production stage, Business Insider, citing a source close to Apple's supply chain said.
Interestingly, the same source claimed that Apple is ordering six-element lenses for its future iPhone, perhaps iPhone 7.
Devices that currently have six-element lens camera are OnePlus 2 and Samsung Galaxy S5. It may be mentioned that Apple's current flagship device, the iPhone 6, has an 8 MP main camera and 1.2 MP front snapper.
Apple is expected to launch iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus next month. Mac4ever (via PhoneArena) has reported that the devices will be up for advance booking on 11 September before shipments begins on 18 September. However, Telegraph and New Phone claimed in their reports that the devices will be opened for pre-orders on 18 September and released in to the market on 25.
According to reports that have surfaced so far, iPhone 6s will sport a 4.7-inch display and iPhone 6s Plus will have 5.5-inch screen. It is expected to be powered by a A9 chip processor, running on iOS 9 and packed with 32 GB internal memory. It is also expected to come with features like Force Touch, stronger aluminium alloy chassis and an improved fingerprint sensor.
M.I.C. Gadget has gone a step further by revealing the dimension of the devices. It claimed that iPhone 6s will be 7 mm thick (6.9 mm thick in the iPhone 6) and the iPhone 6s Plus will be 7.13 mm thick (7.1 mm thick in the iPhone 6 Plus).